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Today’s TEDx Brussels event features a special European Research Council (ERC) session with top EU-funded researchers. [read more]
Published on: 01-December-2014 EUREKA, as a key stakeholder engaged in the progress and integration of a ‘European Research Area’ or ERA, published its input for the future ERA roadmap to (...) [read more]
Source: EUREKA News
On 27-28 November in Brussels, the JRC organised a conference focusing on the strategic foresight, forecasting and assessment of future technologies. Steered by an international group of experts, the event become a common platform for some 400 practitioners, policy-makers, business, civil society and interested professionals in general to interact and help in guiding strategy, policy and decision-making to anticipate and shape future developments. [read more]
Published on: 01-December-2014 Companies developing smart electronics systems for commercial products and looking for partners to collaborate internationally, but also aiming to lead transnational re (...) [read more]
Source: EUREKA News
Flight trials have demonstrated technology that gives aircraft fast connectivity to multiple data sources. While passengers get fast internet, pilots and flight computers can access real-time air traffic information and communicate more easily with the ground and other planes. And it is the first research project in Europe to demonstrate a new wireless protocol developed specifically for the air industry. [read more]
The motor industry is constantly re-inventing itself with new and innovative solutions aimed at providing consumers with the ultimate driving experience. Now though, the focus is on letting the vehicle do all the work. [read more]
The European Union (EU)-funded project MultiTERM has brought together highly qualified scientists to create 'smart materials', such as skin and bone substitutes, to replace and repair damaged tissues. The EU's rapidly rising elderly population stands to benefit from these materials that include gels, artificial skin and cartilage. [read more]
Around one third of all food for human consumption is lost or wasted along the supply chain according to the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO). A European Union (EU)-funded research project, NovelQ, has developed new processing technologies to keep food fresh over a longer period of time, potentially saving the billion tonnes of meat, fish, fruit and vegetables that might end up being thrown away each year. [read more]
The Costa Concordia and South Korean Sewol ferry tragedies have highlighted the importance of safety in passenger shipping. Thanks to EU-funded research, evacuating large passenger ships should be smoother and safer in future. EU-funded researchers are also helping to design more stable cruise ships and ferries. [read more]
Approved during the November CSO meeting, the Actions were among the proposals submitted for the March 2014 Collection Date. [read more]